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Mecanismo de acción: ¿De qué modo las píldoras anticonceptivas de emergencia de levonorgestrel (PAE de LNG) previenen el embarazo?

Este documento incluye evidencia para responder a la pregunta, ‘¿De qué modo las píldoras anticonceptivasde emergencia de levonorgestrel (PAE de LNG) previenen el embarazo?’Fue creado por la la Federación Internacional de Ginecología y Obstetricia (International Federation of Gynecology & Obstetrics) y el Consorcio Internacional sobre Anticoncepción de Emergencia (International Consortium for Emergency Contraception).

Moving Forward by Looking Back: Reflecting on a Decade of CDC’s Work in Sexual Violence Prevention, 2000–2010

This article provides reflections on the work of the Division of Violence Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by bringing the issue to sexual violence into the public health forum. These efforts have moved sexual violence prevention work forward over the past decade.

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Publish Date

2012

Strong Foundation for Healing: Shelter & Sexual Violence

Sexual assault is a most intimate crime, and when it happens in our most intimate sanctuaries—our homes—the trauma is devastating and difficult to escape. Healing from sexual violence can only happen on a foundation of safety and safety starts with home. In this paper, we will consider issues and advocacy related to emergency shelter and longer-term housing for sexual violence survivors.

Publish Date

2011

Action, Engagement, Remembering: Services for Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

Child sexual abuse is complex and can affect survivors in different ways in different areas over the years: trust, safety, power, physical health, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, and social relationships. This paper will consider the practices of rape crisis centers and coalitions as they act, engage, and remember with adult survivors of child sexual abuse with strategies in crisis intervention, counseling, holistic healing, and advocacy for adult survivors of child sexual abuse.

Publish Date

2011

Advancing our Movement in the Development of Latin@ Leadership

This article is the English translation of an article written by Kimber J. Nicoletti-Martinez for The Resource. Over the past several years, there has been much talk about leadership among Latin@s in the sexual violence prevention movement. In a critical conversation conducted at the 2011 National Sexual Assault Conference in Baltimore, participants were asked to describe characteristics of a Latin@ leader. This article captures that conversation.